5 female wrestlers WWE should sign after WrestleMania
WWE's current roster depth is amazing - with four brands to feature, WWE has changed its strategy to basically recruit any wrestler who makes waves on the independent scene. With RAW and SmackDown feel overcrowded nowadays, it really begs the question as to how many more NXT superstars will be accommodated on the main brands post-WrestleMania.
But that scenario is less apparent in the women's division. RAW and SmackDown combined does not have the strength to feature 30 women in the Royal Rumble match without relying on NXT stars and retired legends.
Also, with Ronda Rousey's post-WrestleMania future in doubt and how the likes of Charlotte and Alexa Bliss have been the cornerstones of the women's division for a number of years now, WWE would need more female wrestlers to spice things up again.
This list takes a look at five female wrestlers WWE should sign post-WrestleMania. Please note that wrestlers who have already had a run in the WWE main roster are not considered for this article.
#5 Su Yung
Su Yung has a unique gimmick in Impact Wrestling. 'The undead bride' might well be the closest to a Bray Wyatt character in the whole of women's wrestling right now. While Impact has used this angle for months, it might need more refinement before a larger audience.
The person behind the facepaint- Vannarah Riggs - was actually employed by WWE developmental in 2010 for a year. She then went on to appear for Shimmer and Shine and having gained more experience, this might be the best time for her to have another crack at the WWE.
Riggs is married to WWE superstar Rich Swann, who was actually released from the company in late 2017 due to a domestic violence charge.